The pictures and a video of Sunny Deol and Dimple Kapadia together holding their hands in London broke the internet yesterday. Celebrities have often been victims of body shaming, slut shaming and what not. Meanwhile, Sunny and Dimple’s chemistry has been appreciated as they have given us films like Manzil Manzil, Gunaah, Aag Ka Gola, Arjun and Narasimha.
Looks like star kids are all set to rule the roost in Bollywood! On one side, there’s Saif Ali Khan, prepping for his daughter Sara Ali Khan’s debut, and on the other, there’s Sunny Deol, planning a rather big launch for his son, Karan Deol. Karan is all set to debut with a film titled, ‘Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas’, alongside Saher Bamba. Having been in the industry for so long, Sunny definitely knows the tricks of the trade, and is leaving no stone unturned to make it huge for his son.
Sunny Deol made his debut into Hindi films with Betaab (1983) alongside Amrita Singh. Amrita’s mother, Rukhsana Sultana, who was a Delhi-based political figure, was totally against it. Back then, there was a strong buzz that Rukhsana had set out to investigate Sunny’s background further.
Sunny Deol’s elder son Karan is all set to foray into Bollywood. The Ghayal star is currently on a hunt for the leading lady of his son’s debut film tentatively titled Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas. The young lad was seen in a black shirt and joggers and boy, he certainly has turned into a handsome lad. Sunny was all smiles for the paps whereas the super private Karan and his brother Rajvir preferred to make a quick exit.Text: PinkvillaPhotos: YOGEN SHAH
If you have lived through the 80s and the 90s, you know how popular Sunny Deol was back then. Yeah, he yelled a lot and beat up a hell lot of bad dudes in the name of justice (that is, in his movies), but that was what he was known for and why people liked watching his films – for his action and intense dialogues. After all, he is the son of ‘Garam Dharam’. He may not have been a good dancer, but that’s okay, as Sunny paaji is better known for his 'dhai kilo ka haath'.But do you know that many of Sunny Deol’s movies have received a lot of accolades over the years, earning millions upon millions, around the world. I mean, who hasn’t enjoyed ‘Ghayal’, ‘Tridev’, ‘Ziddi’, ‘Jeet’, ‘Ghatak’, ‘Gaddar’ and of course, ‘Border’.On the actor’s 59th birthday, we take a look at some of his most popular movies.– Saloni Dhruv, images from Movie Talkies and screen grabs from YouTube
Sunny Deol comes back with an action-packed sequel of ‘Ghayal’. The trailer features four youngsters who battle all odds and stand up against the most powerful man in the country. The action packed adventure starts when Sunny steps in as their savior. The film promises to be an out and out action entertainer that would kick start 2016 with a knock out experience for the audience.